Tag: book

  • Monthly Review: February 2022

    So that’s February done. I said in my last review that my focuses or themes for the month would be writing, diet, and injury recovery. I didn’t do great, but given the circumstances, it wasn’t too bad. The big headline for the month in our household has been that Covid has finally visited us. So […]

  • Monthly Review: January 2022

    At the beginning of the year, my only resolution was to review the past month and set some focuses, themes, and goals according to where my life was at that point. Hopefully as a way to try to avoid the pitfalls of all or nothing boolean resolutions. Consider this a trial into having a semi-public […]

  • Link: You Are A Strange Loop

    Fantastic video, amazing summary of the work of Douglas Hofstadter. But rather than being a tl;dr, it has served to make me pick up and study Gödel, Escher, Bach again, I never made it through the whole thing first time around. Link – You Are A Strange Loop

  • Review/Recap – “Accelerate: The Science of Lean Software and DevOps: Building and Scaling High Performing Technology Organizations”

    I originally gave this book 3/5 on Goodreads, however, now I’ve revisited the book and made some personal summarisations from my highlights – I feel I need to revisit that. My original just-finished-it instinct was that the research part of the book was too deep and took me into methodologies that I ultimately don’t care […]